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The disappearing screen: scenarios for audible interfaces

Daniel Michelis, Florian Resatsch, Thomas Nicolai & Thomas Schildhauer

abstract The world of ubiquitous computing, which by definition includes mobile devices of every kind, leads us to an era of small computer devices, usable in everyday situations. Computers are becoming smaller and operate discreetly in the background. This paper deals with the disappearance of the screen that is described and specified according to Lev Manovich. In doing research on radio frequency identification, this paper shows one possible way to interact with ubiquitous computers—primarily exploring suitability and scenarios for audible interfaces. The paper describes a research project of the University of Arts Berlin and the University of St. Gallen and proposes future research questions.
   
type journal paper
   
keywords Ubiquitous Computing, RFID, Audible Interfaces
   
project Ubiquitous Computing
language English
kind of paper journal article
date of appearance 2008
journal Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
publisher Springer (London)
ISSN 1617-4909
ISSN (online) 1617-4917
volume of journal 12
number of issue 1
page(s) 27-33
review double-blind review
   
citation Michelis, D., Resatsch, F., Nicolai, T., & Schildhauer, T. (2008). The disappearing screen: scenarios for audible interfaces. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 12(1), 27-33.